KSUBI’s SS23 Collection “SuperNet” Sees Nostalgia and Futurism Collide
Following its tribute to late rapper Juice WRLD and collaboration with London-based musician Slawn, Australian streetwear imprint KSUBI is stepping into a new universe to reveal its all-new Spring/Summer 2023 collection.
Titled “SuperNet,” the range sees KSUBI explore its extensive journey through fashion with nostalgic motifs and futuristic energy. The label uses advanced digital elements to take its current aesthetic into the future via pixelated imagery, distorted graphics, and retro symbolism with ultra-modern touches. The brand introduces traditional patterns enhanced by computer-generated artwork, featuring warped checkered prints and tie-dye cargos accompanied by digital florals and angelic characters pulled from the future.
For women, denim textiles dominate the offering of utilitarian boiler suits, asymmetrical shirting, and double-layered jean bottoms. Staple trench coats are given motorcycle-inspired details, while bomber jackets transform into skirt ensembles, and biker uniforms are kept sleek for a dynamic ride.
Take a closer look at KSUBI’s SS23 collection in the gallery above. The collection will be available on February 15 in-store and online at KSUBI.
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